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"The Crisis Comes To 1942! (And Vice Versa)": Red skies continue to appear over 1942 Earth-Two as the All-Stars conclude their battle with the Monster Society of Evil. Meanwhile, in 1985, Harbinger sends Firebrand and a group of heroes from Earth's past

All-Star Squadron #54 is an issue of the series All-Star Squadron (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1986.

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Synopsis for "The Crisis Comes To 1942! (And Vice Versa)"

Red skies continue to appear over 1942 Earth-Two as the All-Stars conclude their battle with the Monster Society of Evil. Meanwhile, in 1985, Harbinger sends Firebrand and a group of heroes from Earth's past to Cape Canaveral in an attempt to prevent a group on Native Americans from stealing a space shuttle.



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  • Tarantula refers erroneously to fauna while Ramulus uses his power to grow plants[2]. The correct is flora.
  • Dummy was able to knock out Green Lantern unconcious. Dummy, seemingly without explanation, is actually an animated wooden dummy in this issue. Green Lantern's Ring can't affect anything made of wood.



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  1. Firestorm (Volume 2) #42
  2. : "Nice bunch of fauna you're growing there, Ramulus..." (page 12)
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